Calhoun County School District will soon auction some of its computers and other technology equipment to the public.
Director of Technology and Information Systems Mark Parker told trustees at the August meeting that outdated technology equipment that was excess will be auctioned to the public. He said there would be no support for the items and they will be sold “as is.”
The sale will be on Sept. 26 from 3 to 8 p.m. He said that all computer hard drives will be reformatted, and the equipment is provided for the benefit to the community.
In other business:
• Director of Human Resources/Operations and Facilities George Kiernan reported that "the schools are ready" for the start of the new school year.
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• Superintendent Dr. Steve Wilson proposed an audit engagement letter to the board for approval to engage J.W. Hunt Company to start the fiscal year 2018-2019 audit. It was unanimously approved.
• Parker reported that the security ID system is completed in Sandy Run School and the others are in progress.
• Wilson said that the design of the new field house at Calhoun County High School is complete and will be available for use for the next seven years.
• Trustee Ned Nelson was recognized for completion of level four of the South Carolina School Boards Association’s Boardmanship Institute training program.
• The board voted to enter closed executive session to consider personnel recommendations and resignations. After returning to open session, trustees voted to adjourn.